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Amendment of Part 1200 of NYS Title 22 by Appellate Divisions, Part Two

On Monday, September 17, The Daily Record published the first portion of the amendments to Part 1200 of Title 22, effective November 1, 2001. Today’s installment also contains a new Part 1205, entitled “Cooperative Business Arrangements between Lawyers and Nonlegal ...

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Monroe County Court suppresses witness identification in Rochester police line-up (9830)

Did the prosecution provide sufficient proof that the pre-trial identification procedure, used to identify the defendant as the perpetrator of the crimes charged in the indictment, was not constitutionally impermissible≠ In the People v. Albert Coles, the defendant asked Monroe ...

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Legal, financial publisher implements disaster recovery program for customers

Commerce Clearing House (CCH), as part of their Customer Disaster Recovery program, established a special Customer Service telephone hotline for New York City and the Washington, D.C. customers of their information products. Customer Service representatives have been assigned to specifically ...

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Staff of Daily Reporter extends sympathy to World Trade Center law offices (9818)

Among the many businesses located in the World Trade Center Towers were several law firms and law offices. In addition to the firms whose Manhattan space has crumbled to the ground, many additional firms in lower Manhattan have been closed ...

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Appellate Divisions of Supreme Court amend Part 1200 of NYS Title 22

The Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court, pursuant to the authority invested in them, do hereby amend, effective November 1, 2001, Part 1200 of Title 22 of the Official Compilations of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New ...

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Crisis response team organized to help Manhattan lawyers (9819)

West Group has mobilized a Crisis Response Team of research, product and technical specialists to be available around-the-clock to help clients and friends who practice law in lower Manhattan and Washington, D.C. get back on their feet. This team is ...

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NY governor issues order to temporarily suspend statute of limitations (9820)

In the wake of the attack on the World Trade Center, Gov. George E. Pataki issued an Executive Order temporarily suspending all statutes of limitations on civil and criminal judicial proceedings and the deadlines for filing appeals in New York ...

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Appellate Divisions of Supreme Court amend Part 1200 of NYS Title 22 (9829)

The Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court, pursuant to the authority invested in them, do hereby amend, effective November 1, 2001, Part 1200 of Title 22 of the Official Compilations of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New ...

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Crisis response team organized to help Manhattan lawyers

West Group has mobilized a Crisis Response Team of research, product and technical specialists to be available around-the-clock to help clients and friends who practice law in lower Manhattan and Washington, D.C. get back on their feet. This team is ...

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